Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Best Bubbly Brunches in Kuala Lumpur


A little bubbly to cheer your Sunday

Always hard at work trying to hunt down the best food experiences in the city for our dear readers, here's The Yum List's round up of:

Best Bubbly Brunches in Kuala Lumpur

(Click on the title links for more details, maps and photos of the food and location)

Marble 8's Great Sunday Meat Up


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Marble 8

With views of the iconic Petronas Towers, a reputation for being one of the finest steak houses in the city, and a semi-buffet semi-table service concept, this is one of the best brunch deals in town. It's priced at RM138++ per person for food or RM198++ per person with free flow Carlsberg beer, wine and Prosecco. 



Thirty8 is another location offering stunning views of the twin towers and city centre, this time however with a bird's eye perspective. From the 38th floor of the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur, guests have unobstructed vistas through double storey floor-to-ceiling windows. Add the pleasant environment to a seemingly never-ending spread of fresh seasonal ingredients, live cooking stations and delectable desserts and you have yourself a very agreeable afternoon. Sunday brunch prices begin at RM222 nett per person without alcohol, rising to RM370 nett for the free-flow option that includes prosecco, selected cocktails, and the very drinkable Benchmark 2013 Chardonnay and Shiraz. 


Neroteca Plaza Damansara's Saturday and Sunday Bubbly Brunch


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Neroteca 

With Neroteca, recently adding a new location at Plaza Damansara, and opening up their brunch to both Saturday and Sunday, a leisurely afternoon noshing on the best of Italian cold cuts, cheeses, pastas and porky products is now even more accessible. Nerotecca Plaza Damansara’s buffet bubbly brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm at RM88 for food only, and RM188 inclusive of free flow house wine and Prosecco.


Ante Kitchen and Bar's Do It Yourself Bubbly Brunch


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Ante Kitchen and Bar

The pork specialists in Publika, Ante Kitchen and Bar, prefer to leave the decision making up to the guests. Offering a solid range of porkylicious brunch items, and a range of bubbly from which to select, diners can craft their own sparkling affair.


El Cerdo's Bubblylicious Sunday Brunch


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El Cerdo

El Cerdo offeres one of the best value brunches around with a cold cuts buffet, roast pork carving station and selected à la carte orders. El Cerdo's Sunday brunch is available from 12noon – 2:30pm and priced at RM148 for the porky food line up including free flow cava, Tiger draft beer, red and white house wines, soft drinks and juices.


Shook! Mad Hatter's Bubbly Brunch


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Shook!

A light-hearted and whimsical experience awaits you and your friends at Shook!’s Mad Hatter brunch, running every Sunday from 12 noon to 4pm at Feast Village, Starhill Gallery. Champagne drinkers will be set back RM298++ for the pleasure of Moet Chandon, while non-drinkers will pay a more modest RM188++ for a mind-boggling spread of food from Western, Indian, Japanese, Malay and Chinese kitchens. Wouldn’t you say it’s time to bring a little Madness into your week? 


The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur Bubbly Sunday Roast


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The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur 

Elegant, classy, gracious - all of those things that sum up the brand The Ritz-Carlton are also true of their Sunday Bubbly Roast. With a concise buffet of very high standard, and a free flow of Laurent-Perrier Champagne, all to the sounds of trio of musicians, it's a stylish way to spend a Sunday. The Sunday roast begins at RM196 for food alone, rises to RM348 for a free flow of wines, and reaches RM465 to also include Champagne.


Prego's, Bubblylicious Brunch


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Prego, The Westin Kuala Lumpur

One of the original Champagne brunches in the city, Prego has stood the test of time with its line up of Italian goodies and endless flow of bubbly, wine, beer and cocktails. Bubbalicious is a fun way to pass a Sunday.


Have a favourite bubbly brunch spot in the city? Let us know in the comments below.


10 comments:

  1. I'd pick Neroteca - the egg looks so alluring. No bubbly for me, please, thank you.

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  2. Hi Monica, Caning "Cordobes" and Co.
    All looks normal to me - ie: the "new" blog.
    I'll have "suituapui's" bubbly then.
    Off to CBD for printer ink before another possible
    storm, looks quite threatening. More later.
    El Colin Cordobes.

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    1. 11.15 am back - and avoided the showers!
      Thirty8 is a bit pricy - you sure are keeping me active in the
      Maths department, but it is a Grand Hyatt so i reckon that would be
      in keeping with the quality of food and the presentation of such.
      Nerotea is reasonable - whatever that dish is, it does look inviting???
      What is Prosecco???
      Ritz-Carlton: That chain is always expensive and exclusive - but at RM348 with the works
      that is over A$100 so it would want to constitute more that 3 oysters!!! Or can you keep filling up?
      The Brisbane Sofitel has a "buffet" luncheon daily - for seniors Wednesday is the day.
      Discount day so for A$39 you can eat cold and hot dishes until the food comes out of your
      skin pores virtually. Includes a brilliant array of desserts. According to my maths that Wednesday lunch deal is about RM100.
      Breakfasts are included in the price for guests and again buffet style.

      With all this food tasting etc, beats me how you and Caning Cordobes can be so trim.
      I guess the gyms of KL see a lot of the two of you. Racing across the Argentinian Pampas
      on Andalusian steeds and water-skiing in the Straits of Malacca where there is far too much sea traffic can't be an everyday option???
      Cheers
      Colin

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  3. Wonderful places to visit each of them, the food look good.

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  4. i find it too early for a boozy treat especially on a sunday morning! (need to enjoy my off day first before getting drunk :D)

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  5. What a nice round-up of bubbly brunches! Thanks for sharing. Marble 8 and Thirty8 looks good :)

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  6. Wow, what a great place, and the dishes look divine! :)

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  7. Wow, what a great place, and the dishes look divine! :)

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  8. Excellent list...I really feel sad to not be there to explore these brunches ;-((
    That is said, my preferences go to Ritz-Carlton, you can never go wrong with this old-fashioned chain. Then, I chose Thirty8 at the Grand Hyatt, (I still remember your review...). Finally, Marbre 8, for its views of the Petronas Towers, reputed finest steak houses in town, best brunch deals in town and of course the beer drinker would feel happy with free flow Carlsberg. Oh almost forgot Prego, is certainly a fun way to celebrate a birthday...Ha ha ha...Have a lovely day dear :-)

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  9. Perhaps, Prego is the nicest one among them?
    Didn't you just have your B-day do there? ;)

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